Skip to main content

About your Search

20121118
20121118
Search Results 0 to 9 of about 10 (some duplicates have been removed)
to stay down actually is that that was our fred pleitgen. tell us how things have changed there. there's a new normal. >> reporter: oh, you're absolutely right. the new normal is that basically people have to live with the threat of rocket attacks the entire day. what they do is stay inside most of the day. it's interesting to see. every time people go outside they have to plan their route very carefully so they're near the vicinity of a hard shelter in skas there's another rocket attack. i can tell you this morning there's been a lot of them. i'm standing in front of those iron dome rocket intercepter batteries right now and literally about four minutes before our show it wechblt off and fired about three intercepter missiles that hit about four hamas rockets i would say about 200 yards above our head. we ourselves have been in the hardened shelter at least four time as day. so certainly it's taking a heavy toll on life. people can't get on with business. people are living in constant fear and a lot of people tell us they hope this ends soon, victor. >> let's talk about this on the bo
news exclusive to tell us if there is any connention between the general's personal problems and the testimony concerning benghazi. steve bowlan joins us. i appreciate you being with us so is there a connection between benghazi and the sex scandal. no. there is not. it is good to talk with you again. unfortunately under these circumstances n. my general contact with david petraeus, he informed me that there was no connection what so ever with his affair that ended four months ago by the way, and the white house which he had a great working relationship, benghazi or anything else for that matter. it was a poor judgment and lack of discipline on his part and he deeply regrets for many reasons. starting with his family and how much he hurt them and losing the job that he felt he loved more than anything else in professional side and working with the great group of people in the cia. nwhen did the affair start. and did it starpt as report indeed afghanistan when she interviewing him >> those are inaccurate reports based on my discussions with him early on when this started to bre
the deadly events in libya. inut a fox news exclusive to tel us whether there is any connection between the general's personal problems and his testimony concerning benghazi, his former spokesman, retired colonel steve boylen, joins us from kansas city. appreciate you being with us. is there a connection between benghazi and the sex scandal? >> no, geraldo. there isn't. good to talk with you again, unfortunately under these circumstances, but in my initial contact with david petraeus, he informed me that there was no connection whatsoever between what happened with his affair which ended about four months ago, by the way, and the white house which he had a great working relationship and benghazi or anything else, for that matter. he told me that it was a poor judgment, bad decision, and just a lacook of discipline on his part, that he deeply regrets for many, many reasons. many of them start with his family, how much he's hurt them, losing the job that he felt that he loved more than anything else as far as his professional side right now, a great job, and working with a great group of
nine days after the story broke. >> joining us now, tara mckelvey. and here in washington, rajiv chandrasekaran, senior correspondent and editor for "the washington post." rajiv, you've covered the war in afghanistan extensively. did you get invited on trips with david petraeus, how well did you know him and how well -- >> i covered him off and on first back in iraq when he was a division commander up in northern iraq and more recently when he was top commander of all u.s. and nato forces in afghanistan and in that later job i did travel around the country with him. he would give remarkable access to journalists. oftentimes it was under very strict ground rules that things were off the record but he did open himself up to press coverage because he thought it was important for the mission to get recognized out there, but also i believe because he also liked to see himself at the center of the coverage. >> so that remarkable access paid dividends for petraeus's image. would you say, would you argue with the notion that many of the jurmts who dealt with him, who know him, have tende
Search Results 0 to 9 of about 10 (some duplicates have been removed)